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Marcelo Bielsa’s unbeaten Leeds United side travel to Bermondsey to take on a Millwall side that has lost its last three Championship games. Neil Harris will be looking for a reaction from his team, which lost 2-1 on this pitch to Swansea last time out, although the majority of Millwall vs Leeds United betting tips will certainly give the visitors the nod ahead of a game which is liable to be played among a fiery atmosphere considering the mutual antipathy between the two sets of supporters.

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15. September 2018 | 15:00
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Tip:
Leeds win
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13/10
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Leeds win and both teams score
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Pablo Hernandez scores first
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Leeds are unbeaten after six games, and only Swansea and fellow league leaders Middlesbrough have been able to stop them picking up three points in their encounters so far. Those facts make the odds of 13/10 on offer from Unibet for Bielsa’s men to win here seem like excellent value. Meanwhile, NetBet have 3/1 on Leeds winning, but both teams scoring. With the Lilywhites still getting used to their new manager’s methods, there’s a decent chance they’ll concede but still win. Those may well be the Millwall vs Leeds United best odds of the day. For more of a risky bet, try a first goalscorer punt. Leeds midfielder Pablo Hernandez has been among the goals this season, and is 9/1 with William Hill to open the scoring here.

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Leeds win
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3/1
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9/1
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Pablo Hernandez scores first
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Millwall vs Leeds United Betting Tips: Form Guide

Lions’ Roar Fairly Muted So Far

Millwall’s first three games saw them pick up five points, with an opening day 2-2 draw at home to Middlesbrough one of the headline results. In truth, it should have been a much better outcome for the hosts, who led 2-0 with just three minutes of the 90 left. They then conceded twice, the second coming in the seventh minute of added-on time. If Harris was looking for a quick reaction, he didn’t get it at Blackburn in their second game. A tame 0-0 draw against the promoted side gave little indication of a side about to win against a promotion hopeful – but that’s what happened next, as Derby were put to the sword at the New Den in a 2-1 win for the Lions.

Since then, though, it has been a three-game losing streak, which isn’t the kind of form you want to carry into a game against the League leaders. A two-game turn in Yorkshire at the end of August saw them lose 2-1 at Sheffield Wednesday before also falling 1-0 against struggling Rotherham. Things didn’t start any better with a new month, as the first game of September saw Millwall host Swansea. With the visitors losing striker Courtney Baker-Richardson to a fifth-minute red card, Millwall had 85 minutes with a man advantage, and took the lead finally on 62 minutes through Murray Wallace. Swansea, though, would find two goals in the last fifteen minutes to inflict another defeat on their hosts.

Recently Millwall’s best showings have come in the Carabao Cup. A 3-2 win over Plymouth Argyle secured them a plum tie against Fulham in the next round. Unfortunately for Harris and co. the truth is that, as Millwall vs Leeds United match previews will tell you, Plymouth Argyle are far from the quality of opposition that will await Millwall here.

Leeds Keeping Up A Good Start

After a run of four wins in five games, Leeds’ recent home game against Middlesbrough presented what most people will have seen as the sternest stress test for their promotion ambitions. Featuring the culture clash of Marcelo Bielsa’s attacking invention vs Tony Pulis’ obstinate resistance, it ended in a 0-0 draw. Advantage Pulis, then, but both teams kept their unbeaten records and Leeds will have been chuffed to keep a clean sheet – something that not many sides will do against Boro this season given the North-East side’s attacking riches.

As they get used to Bielsa’s innovative approach, Leeds are starting to show an ability to control games which has enabled them to comfortably beat Norwich City (3-0) and Rotherham (2-0). They have also shown a happy knack of not knowing when they are beaten – falling behind twice on their visit to Swansea, but fighting back both times to secure a point against Graham Potter’s improving side. It helps that the players seem to have taken to the idiosyncratic Bielsa, who has been known to jump ship from a job in his first week if he doesn’t feel things are going to work out. His attacking set-up has found favour with striker Kemar Roofe, who has scored four so far this season.

Indeed, Leeds’ only defeat of the season has come in the Carabao Cup. A 2-0 loss against Preston was not the ideal result, but it removes the need to focus on a cup competition when the focus this campaign must be on seeking promotion. That’s a battle they can further if they live up to the majority of Millwall vs Leeds United betting tips for today.

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The Last Five Games

Millwall VS. Leeds United

  • Millwall Form2 wins and 3 losses in the last 5 matches
  • Millwall Goals8 goals in the last 5 matches
  • Leeds Form2 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss in the last 5 matches
  • Leeds Goals7 goals in the last 5 matches
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Millwall vs Leeds United Preview: Recent Meetings

The recent past has been kinder to Millwall than Leeds as far as this fixture goes. The most recent meeting came at Elland Road, and began very well for the visitors who took the lead through Aiden O’Brien after eighteen minutes. Three minutes before half time, the lead was 2-0 to the Lions as Lee Gregory finished from a Steve Morison pass (one of three assists for Morison on the day). It was only at the beginning of the second half that Leeds woke up – German forward Pierre Lasogga pulling a goal back on 46 minutes, before Roofe equalised and a quick-fire second from Lasogga put the home side ahead on 62.

It took until the 87th minute for the visitors to find a response – Tom Elliott equalising before, in the second minute of time added on, midfielder Jed Wallace secured the three points for Millwall.

Millwall vs Leeds United Prediction: Narrow Away Win

It’s been genuinely interesting to see how the new manager has reinvigorated Leeds – a second-tier club without access to the same resources as some where the Bielsa method has been tried and not had success. It may have to do with his club’s focus on youth; a young set of players have proved receptive to a different way of playing and it has brought results of which past Leeds managers could only dream. As they travel to a side which has been unable to get a result against considerably weaker opposition in Sheffield Wednesday and Rotherham, it feels like this should be another win for the reborn Leeds side.

Indeed, our Millwall vs Leeds United prediction is for the visitors to take the three points here. Millwall may grab a goal themselves – they managed two against Middlesbrough, who are in the same lofty position as Leeds right now – but the attacking vigour that has been introduced at Elland Road really is bringing results. We’d bet on that pattern continuing at the New Den, and 2-1 or 3-1 would be the most likely results.

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